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Old 12-20-2008, 05:04 PM   #3
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If an award for the "Most Arrogant Murderer" is ever presented, it should go to OJ.

I was at the Youtube web site recently when I came across a 1995 TV interview with former Charles Manson prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi. It was on Geraldo Rivera's show that was airing on CNBC at the time, and Bugliosi was discussing OJ Simpson's acquittal in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. (This interview took place before Bugliosi wrote his book on the murder case, Outrage: The Five Reasons Why OJ Simpson Got Away With Murder.)

Bugliosi had some interesting things to say on the topic. For example, he called the acquittal "one of the darkest days ever for American justice." He also noted that OJ was putting pressure on the police to find the "true killer," adding that he was "elevating audacity to symphonic and operatic levels."
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